Visit America’s only restored 19th century saddletree factory. Tours, demonstrations, and exhibits show how the Schroeder family made saddle frames, clothespins and other products. Owned and operated by Historic Madison, Inc. 2021 hours of operation are dependent on State and Federal health guidelines. Admission charged. For current tour information contact: www.historicmadisoninc.com or firstname.lastname@example.org Or call … more
Built by Francis Costigan, Madison’s most premier architect and master builder, for his family. This freshly restored Greek Revival townhouse displays grand 19th century styles designed to keep the eye moving in a structure that is an architectural masterpiece of proportions. Owned and operated by Historic Madison, Inc. 2021 hours of operation are dependent on … more
Self guided tour. Displays include colorful minerals, rare & unusual fossils, art & cultural exhibits, butterfly collection and much more.
Founded in 1827, this is the oldest private four-year college in Indiana. The 630-acre campus overlooks the Ohio River valley and offers breathtaking views while taking a scenic drive.
What can recreation lovers find to do in Madison? How about biking, hiking, fishing, boating, golf or bird watching? Clifty Falls State Park features 70 foot gorges, seven plunging waterfalls, a nature center, picnic areas, swimming pools, RV and primitive campsites. Ten hiking trails from very rugged to easy will provide all the challenge the … more
Downtown Historic District. Events, Weddings, Meetings/Conferences. Wi-Fi, Seats 200 Call for an appointment.
Every holiday season Madison, Indiana is filled with magical things to see and do. Some events won’t be happening, but there is still much to be merry about in Madison. Starting with the Holiday Downtown Open House, brought to you by the Madison Main Street Program, November 13th, merchants kick off the holiday season with … more
OPEN BY APPOINTMENT ONLY. Masked are required, limited supply available. $5 Per Adult, Children 16 and under are free. Explore the rich history of the area, enjoy exhibits on civil war, steam boating and much more! Children’s Interactive Exhibit-general store and schoolroom. Museum shop, restored red caboose, and original Madison Railroad Station.
We encourage you to enjoy our abundance of natural resources, support of local businesses and enjoy videos and virtual tours about local attractions. Social distancing? Madison and Jefferson County has you covered with a list of indoor activities, and outdoor recreation–but keep in mind to stay at least 6 feet away from other people. Grab your furry … more
Built in 1938 by the Works Progress Administration. Historic bathhouse, half-moon shaped pool that slopes from ankle deep to 8 feet, water slide. OPEN New Swim Hours (8/10/20): Friday – Open Swim – 4-7:00PM Saturday – Senior Swim – 9:30-11:00AM | Water Aerobics 9:30-10:30AM | Open Swim – 11AM-7:00PM Sunday – Senior Swim – 9:30-11:00AM … more